Sunday, October 7, 2012

A Cool Drink of Water: Master Bathroom Sinks

It's been a month since I last blogged.
I'm so embarrassed!
But Carlo has been my main priority.
As I've explained in past blog entries, Carlo has MSPI.
That's an allergy/intolerance to cow's milk and soy.
He also has some reflux.
It's truly been an experiment trying to get our little guy to feel better.
Finally, 3 1/2 months in and I see some improvement.
I'm going to keep my fingers crossed.
I truly believe that Carlo's the only thing in this world
 that could keep me away from design.
I need some creative energy in my life though.
I finally convinced the hubs that we could take on the master bath remodel.
It would be an ongoing project for us and we could
use the other full bath during the process.
He told me to begin hunting for deals.
This may take awhile considering our sons formula is costing us
a pretty penny
I began my search for sinks/consoles.
Ideally, I would have liked to find an antique buffet or dresser to convert into a vanity.
I haven't been successful yet.
Here are some other options for us to consider.
We would need two of the single styles.
{Restoration Hardware Weathered Oak Single Console}
{Kingston Brass Wall Mounted Double Leg Sink}
{St. Thomas Double Pedestal Sink}
{Restoration Hardware Gramercy Washstand}
I'd like this in the single or double stand.
Pretty darn pricey though!
Any thoughts? HELP!
In the meantime I'll keep my eyes open for an antique piece!
Can't give up on that dream quite yet.
Stay tuned.  I'm going to reveal our finished mudroom!
*photos courtesy of restoration hardware, faucet direct, faucet direct, restoration hardware

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